from the republican side that, at the end of the day the president will wind up having to sign this boehner plan where you have these two parts of raising the debt limit and then the white house is saying, look, we're not for this. we want -- we don't want a short-term fix. they're going to hold out as long as they can because they're feeling if it's taken this long just to come up with this, going back six months later is not going to work and the bottom line is, what's missing in the equation is the american people. and, again, as you just talked about, also, the standard & poor's triple-a credit rating we have to remember that credit rating also helps the engine of this country, small business. small businesses, a lot of times, employ people when they feel, i've got a government contract or some kind of monies coming in. if they don't feel that security, what's going to happen to the jobs' rate again? >> david, can you try to break down just where these two plans are in some way?